I put this post up last night on my other blog
So, there's just a small gap of three months to pass by for GOF to finally play, and for HP and the Deathly Hallows to finally hit the bookstores and send it's legions of fans to tears (more so because it is the final book and there will be no more to wait anticipatedly for, as opposed to Harry finally dying together with Voldermort - my predicted ending)
Anyways, back to the real world... as I was walking down the stairs after work today, I spotted a fairly large butterfly hovering nearby. As expected I kinda ducked to avoid head on collision with the said butterfly. I'm cool with insects, I just don't want them flying near me. I once single handedly caused an old radio to fall off it's place just because a big fat grasshopper decided to hop in to say hi!
When I was roomates with D, she used to say that butterflies brought good luck to those who stumbled upon its path, which is what I did, and surprisingly, the butterfly decided to stalk me. It trailed beside me for about a hundred metres or so until it got bored.
For a moment, I actually thought that someone had transfigured themselves into a butterfly (with brown markings to blend in) to spy on our workplace - security is bloody tight! Hence the reference to HP in the first paragraph. I tossed the idea aside as soon as I left the parking lot.
Coincidently, I met another good luck sign on my way back. There was a rainbow in the sky (at 6:40pm!) where a passing cloud fulfilled its destiny by raining for a bit - judging from the slightly wet road... the sky remained clear as ever, hiding all evidence of having rained,except for the rainbow,that is.
As of now, 9:40pm on this very normal Thursday, nothing of great significance has happened yet.
This part is for today:
Oh boy! Without going into details, I proclaim today to be the wretchedest day ever! Somebody kill me please? And screw that butterfly!